In Khayelitsha on the outskirts of Cape Town, TB doctors know who to call when patients with drug-resistant forms of the disease stop taking treatment: MSF counsellor Xoliswa Harmans.
A Malawian logistician spent a year in Sierra Leone getting supplies to people in the most remote areas.
A Congolese refugee living in South Africa has made it her life’s work to help people caught up in the violence of war.
A Zimbabwean nurse activity manager spent nine months in Doro, South Sudan at a project treating vulnerable refugees who had fled across the border from Sudan.
A South African logistics manager worked in CAR at two maternity projects where MSF saw patients on both sides of the civil conflict
MSF’s outreach team leader in Dolo Zone in the Somali region of Ethiopia brought primary healthcare to patients in the most remote areas
A Kenyan nutritionist treating people displaced by conflict in Nigeria’s Borno State says MSF’s work helps ease the crisis for those worst affected.
A Congolese doctor spent five months treating patients at a mother and child healthcare facility in Sierra Leone.
A Malawian HR manager has spent a decade navigating the cultural and administrative challenges where MSF works.
A TB nurse activity manager and her team used all available means to treat patients in remote areas of Papua New Guinea.